PRP for Hair Loss

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PRP for the treatment of hair loss also referred to as PRP for hair growth is a simple process involving three steps: a professional draws blood from the patient’s body, processes it, and injects it into the patient’s scalp.

What Is PRP?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has two elements:
● Platelets- This a blood cell type that heals the body
● Plasma- It is the liquid portion of blood
Not only do platelets have clotting abilities, but they also contain growth factors that promote the reproduction of cells while stimulating tissue regeneration in the targeted area. Hence, PRP is the blood with more platelets.

PRP for hair growth

How Is PRP Created?

Our certified medical professionals first take a blood sample of the patient, which is then placed in a centrifuge. The centrifuge is a device that spins the blood sample rapidly. This process helps separate the platelets from other blood components. The platelets then get concentrated in the plasma.

PRP Therapy for Hair Loss – Step-by-Step Process
PRP hair restoration therapy requires at least three treatments after four to six weeks. However, maintenance treatment may be required after every four to six months.

Here’s a closer look at the steps of the PRP for hair loss:

Step One

Our medical professionals draw the patient's blood from the arm.

Step Two

It is then placed in the centrifuge for ten minutes. After ten minutes, the blood is separated into three layers: ● Platelet poor plasma ● Red blood cells ● Platelet-rich plasma

Step Three

The PRP is drawn and injected carefully into the targeted areas of the patient’s scalp that require hair growth. Once platelet-rich plasma goes deep down into the patient's scalp, the platelets trigger tissue and cell growth around the hair shafts.

PRP injections are highly effective in treating hair loss and male pattern baldness. The treatment:

Who is the ideal candidate?

You may be an ideal candidate for PRP if you are at the beginning stages of hair loss and have partially active follicles. However, people with inactive follicles or progressive hair loss can also undergo the treatment. The results may be slower in such patients and require more treatment sessions.

On the other hand, the treatment may not be suitable for those who:

● Use blood thinners
● Are heavy smokers
● Have a history of drug or alcohol abuse

PRP hair restoration for men and women began in the 1990s, and since then, it has been used as an effective treatment option for people who have severe forms of hair loss problems.

PRP hair restoration stimulates the human dermal fibroblasts, improves the blood supply to the scalp, and is considered a great alternative to hair surgery.


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